We Used to Sell Cigarettes in Hospitals. 5 Practices that will soon Look Just as Outdated
Oct 21, 2016
At the 9th Annual NPSF Lucian Leape Institute Forum, Dana Siegal presented “Remember When...The Evolution of Culture.” Through dramatization Siegal walked the audience through the decades as smoking went from being acceptable in hospitals to present day with smoke-free hospital campuses. She posed the question to the audience, “What other practices in health care will we look back on in 30 years and say, ‘Can you believe we used to...?’”
Citation for the full-text article:
Bailey M. We used to sell cigarettes in hospitals. 5 medical practices that may soon look just as outdated.Stat News, Boston Globe. 2016 Oct 21. [A subscription may be needed for access.]
- Culture Change in Health Care. A Storify narrative of the presentation, told through Tweets.
- Culture Change on the Agenda. Patricia McTiernan, MS, captured the session in this NPSF blog post.
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